Alejandro Juárez Crawford, Miriam Plavin-Masterman and Barclay Palmer


Alejandro Juárez Crawford is co-founder & CEO of RebelBase, entrepreneurship professor at Bard’s MBA in sustainability, global faculty chair for OSUN’s Certificate in Sustainability and Social Enterprise, and host of the podcast “What if Instead” on ITSP Magazine. He focuses on democratizing innovation and equipping people to solve local and global problems. || Miriam Plavin-Masterman is associate professor of business administration at Worcester State University, focused on organizational culture, innovation, public entrepreneurship, and how entrepreneurs can repurpose abandoned industrial spaces into public green spaces. || Barclay Palmer, Climate & Capital Executive Editor and Head of Business Strategy, is an investor, consultant, advisor, and founder of Black Birch LLC. An award-winning journalist, producer, and media executive, Barclay played a leadership role in creating the CBS News Streaming Network; designed and led "Reuters TV," Thomson Reuters' first public-facing digital programming in partnership with YouTube and Google; served as a founding senior producer for CNN's Anderson Cooper 360, Amanpour and NewsNight 2.0; led two top programs at Bloomberg TV; designed and managed video programming at RealVision and Newsweek Media Group; and has written, edited, and developed sponsored brands or social media strategies for premium journalism and sustainability-focused companies.